Family Legacies

Leave a Gift in Your Will to Broadmead Care

Vicki Hall, holding a photo of her mother and sister, chose to name Broadmead Care as a beneficiary in her Will. Legacies can fund special programs or services, or be directed to our Staff Education Fund.

My association with Broadmead Care began in 2005 when my mother moved to Veterans Memorial Lodge. The care given to her during her final three-and-a-half years of life was exceptional.

I was asked to create a video for the 10th Year Anniversary of the Lodge in the fall of 2005 because of my extensive background in television production. Some photos used were from part of Broadmead Care’s archives. I had to photograph different parts of the building to create the visuals for the video. I saw many things the average person would not see. I was even taken up through an opening onto the roof to photograph the gardens and courtyards below. My experience of creating the video gave me the perspective of seeing Veterans Memorial Lodge from the inside out, instead of from the outside looking in.

In 2009, my sister and I requested that memorial donations for our mother be made to Veterans Memorial Lodge, and chose to put the donations towards Dining Room Renovations. Sadly, my sister passed away suddenly in 2016. I requested that memorial donations in her honour would go towards the “Every Moment Matters” campaign.

I have chosen to leave my Legacy Gift to Broadmead Care because, whether you are 60 or 90, every moment does matter. I trust that my Legacy donation will assist the ongoing needs of future residents with Alzheimer Disease and Dementia related illnesses.

~ Vicki

To include Broadmead Care in your Will, work with your lawyer or notary to create a new Will or to add a codicil to your existing Will.

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The information on this page is not legal or financial advice. Broadmead Care encourages donors to contact their professional advisors when considering a gift of publicly listed securities.